New Applebee's features Norwich memorabilia
With more than 1,500 restaurants across the United States, Applebee's is the world's largest casual dining concept. The size of the chain is perhaps matched only by its popularity, as can be witnessed any day during lunch and dinner at the restaurant's new Berlin, Vt., location.
A common theme found in any Applebee's across the country is the display of memorabilia from local organizations. In each community, the restaurant proudly displays items from local fire departments, police departments and schools.
When the Berlin, Vermont, location opened this spring, Norwich University was selected to be one of the institutions featured in a display. Applebee's management said that including Norwich memorabilia in its décor made perfect sense, given the University's important role in the community and its reputation as one of the state's leading educational institutions.
Interested Applebee's patrons can view the collection of Norwich memorabilia
simply by visiting the restaurant any day during lunch or dinner. The
Berlin, Vermont, Applebee's is located on Paine Turnpike, just off I-89
at Exit 7.
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